I had a hysterectomy 6 weeks ago, both uterus and ovaries. After about a month I was still having alot of pain, found out I had a bladder infection. Cured that up but am still have a great deal of bladder area pain. Its bad enough to have to take pain meds. I urinate normal and have normal bowel movements. Is this normal?
its been eight weeks, wouldn't it have healed if it were nicked? I went back to my doc and she is sending me to a urologist. she also had me to a CT scan. She was honest enough to say she just doesnt know what the pain is from, which I respect, but still.. this pain is ridiculously bad, bad enough i have to take pain meds. I am peeing and having good bowel movements and other than this pain everything seems to be working just fine....?? Any of this scenario sound familiar to anyone?
I'm glad to hear your Dr is sending you to a Urologist. Hopefully they will be able to figure out what's going on with your bladder right away. No, you should'nt be having this much pain 8 weeks after your surgery.
I agree I have beenI having huge pain from being constipated. its been a week since I had a laprascopic total hysterectomy I feel pain from my bladder too.. tonight I have a major headache... can't wait to feel better!
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